Medal of Honor

Medal of Honor Price Slashed

EA recently revamped the Medal of Honor franchise by bringing the series into the present, with the game controversially being set in Afghanistan. Over 1.5 million people have bought the game, but if you have been holding out for a more enticing deal then today is your lucky day.

by Adam Wolfe
November 5th, 2010

Medal of Honor ‘Clean Sweep’ DLC Announced

To celebrate the news of Medal of Honor selling over 1.5 million units in five days EA has announced that they’ll be releasing a new multiplayer mode, entitled Clean Sweep, as DLC, absolutely free.

by Zak Islam
October 20th, 2010

Medal of Honor Infiltrates 1.5 Million Homes

The Medal of Honor franchise reboot raised a substantial amount of attention thanks to its controversial nature. The developers and publishers of the game at Electronic Arts were banking on this as their high investment in the PlayStation 3 title required them to sell at least 3 million copies for the series to progress into future installment. If the publishers are to be believed, the first-person shooter is already half-way there.

by Kishen Patel
October 20th, 2010

Medal of Honor Requires 2GB+ Mandatory Install

For those of you who intend to pick up EA’s latest entry in the Medal of Honor series, you may want to consider the size of the game’s mandatory install, just in case you may need to perform some house cleaning on your PS3’s HDD.

by Mike Hartnett
October 13th, 2010

Jack Thompson: Gamers Can “Go To Hell”

Jack Thompson just will not leave the video game industry alone, despite the fact that he has been permanently disbarred from practising law since September 2008. With the recent change in EA’s Medal of Honor game, the activist has a few choice words towards gamers.

by Paulmichael Contreras
October 7th, 2010

Medal of Honor Remains Unwelcomed at American Military Bases

Just weeks ago it was confirmed that American military bases would no longer be selling the upcoming Medal of Honor title due to the inclusion of playable Taliban units. As a result, EA’s hand was pushed to remove playable Taliban from the game in order to appease the military crowd. Unfortunately, it simply wasn’t enough as the American military has chosen to remain absent from the release of Medal of Honor.

by Jonathan Leack
October 6th, 2010
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